Select Dragon Quest Games Are on Sale for Android and iOS Devices

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Mobile gamers who are a fan of JRPGs can rejoice today as several installments in the Dragon Quest series are on sale for a limited time on Android and iOS devices.

According to a tweet from Wario64, four entries from the Dragon Quest franchise available on the App Store. The four games that are discounted include Dragon Quest IV: Chapters of the Chosen ($9.99). Dragon Quest V: Hand of the Heavenly Bride ($9.99), Dragon Quest VI: Realms of Revelation ($9.99), and Dragon Quest VIII: Journey of the Cursed King ($12.99).

The Dragon Quest series was first established in 1986 under the name Dragon Warrior with the first four entries in the series released for the Nintendo Entertainment System. The first six installments of the franchise were divided into two trilogies. The first three games of the series tell the story of the legendary hero while Dragon Quest IV-VI are based on a castle located in the sky called Zenithia. Dragon Quest VIII: Journey of the Cursed King tells the journey of a hero looking to lift a curse placed by follows a silent protagonist and his band of allies as they journey towards the goal of defeating the wicked jester Dhoulmagus.

You can check out the titles by clicking the appropriate hyperlinks listed in the second paragraph for iOS users or here for those that own an Android device.



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